Travels, Philippines, Bohol

Day-Touring Bohol: Chocolate Hills, Tarsier, Loboc and More!

I had 3 flights to Bohol that all got cancelled for various reasons - budget, leave not approved, and that earthquake. Finally in between the Christmas and New Year holidays of 2015, I hopped on a plane by myself and headed to Tagbilaran. But actually, Mary was already waiting for me there since she spent… Continue reading Day-Touring Bohol: Chocolate Hills, Tarsier, Loboc and More!

Travels, Reflections, Migz' Lists, Personal

3 Horrible Reasons Why You Shouldn't Date A Travel Blogger

If you're in the dating phase, this is for you. If you're already with someone who blogs, maybe it might be a good read, too. You might even agree 😉 1. Time - he won't always have time. He will spend time away from you to travel. To go to places he has only googled… Continue reading 3 Horrible Reasons Why You Shouldn't Date A Travel Blogger

Travels, Batangas

G(r)eeks Invade Batangas: A DIY Day-Tour in Fortune Island, Nasugbu, Batangas

"You don't  develop courage by being happy in your relationships everyday. You develop it by surviving difficult times and challenging adversity."  -Epicurus, Greek philosopher May 1st is Labor Day. We celebrate the fruits of our labor, we fight for our rights as the toiling masses but that day was different for me. It was when I… Continue reading G(r)eeks Invade Batangas: A DIY Day-Tour in Fortune Island, Nasugbu, Batangas

Travels, Aklan, Fun Activities

Boracay Series: Nerve-Wracking, Adrenaline-Pumping Cliff-Jumping

Jumping off a cliff to water that's deep enough to drown you is like, scary, right? WRONG!!!! It is helluva nerve-wracking yes, but it's definitely something worth doing at least once in our lifetime. Well, for me I'd take more than one please. So when I returned to Boracay, I only had 2 things in… Continue reading Boracay Series: Nerve-Wracking, Adrenaline-Pumping Cliff-Jumping

Travels, Fun Activities, Philippines, Palawan

Scuba Diving Coron: Beginner's Chronicles of Wreck and Coral Dives

This is a continuation of the Coron blog on Island Hopping: Off we went to the first dive site, the skeleton wreck, a little after 9 in the morning. En route, dive master Randy Yong, briefed us of some basic diving information we need to know. Like the level of the tank to our head,… Continue reading Scuba Diving Coron: Beginner's Chronicles of Wreck and Coral Dives